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Ingleborough Cave

Ingleborough Cave, was explored in 1837 by a Victorian land owner, who drained a underground lake to gain access. These days the cave is a well lit tourist attraction, with a path allow easy access past breath-taking stalagmites, stalactites and flowstones. I was lucky enough to be invited along with … Read More

Saltaire, World Heritage Site

Taking a change to my recent trips and time spent around Bronte Country, I took an early morning jaunt to the home of Sir Titus Salt. The wonderful village of Saltaire, a world heritage site in the district of Bradford. It is named after Sir Titus Salt who built a textile mill, … Read More

April Snow!

Awoke on Sunday morning in April, to be greet by a heavy dusting of snow across the landscape. The added bonus of the bright spring sun, made for a great early morning spot of photography. The freezing weather didn’t prolong the photography, and I soon retired back home. Lower Laithe … Read More

Yorkshire Dales with a touch of snow

Yorkshire Dales with a touch of snow Towards the end of the dreaded year 2020, the UK was hit by the tail end of a storm. The storm brought a dusting of snow and frosty weather across the hills. A brief trip around the Yorkshire Dales, to capture some images … Read More


Odin, taking in the Bronte Moorland above Haworth, Yorkshire. Dog Portrait is an area of photography, that I haven’t done much shooting in. When an opportunity comes along to capture a beauty of a Husky, on the hills above Haworth, how can you say no. Odin came along, and brought … Read More

Two Viaducts, one tunnel & the cutting

Stepping away from the Yorkshire Dales, I thought I would venture out to some new locations. Although I have always know about these places, and seen plenty of images from the area, I’ve never visited them. The weather and light wasn’t particularly good on the day, but when is the … Read More

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